BCSS Spring Runoff Race a huge success

Nearly 100 students from elementary and high school kids to teacher and community members took part in the event.

The first annual Boundary Central Secondary School trail race was a huge success. Nearly 100 from elementary and high school kids to teacher and community members took part in the event. The race started at Boundary Central (BCSS) and then up to the Midway trails; red to orange and then down the Pitt Run and then back to BCSS for a total 5.5 kilometese. There was some very fast times. First overall were brothers Regan and Eric Christison with an impressive time of 24.05 minutes. Fastest female runner overall was Hannah Haprur with a time of 29.21. First place

The first annual Boundary Central Secondary School trail race was a huge success. Nearly 100 students from elementary and high school kids to teacher and community members took part in the event.

The race started at Boundary Central (BCSS) and then up to the Midway trails; red to orange and then down the Pitt Run and then back to BCSS for a total 5.5 kilometese.

There was some very fast times. First overall were brothers Regan and Eric Christison with an impressive time of 24.05 minutes. Fastest female runner overall was Hannah Haprur with a time of 29.21.

First place, placings by grade and genders were as follows: elementary, Ronan Goodrich and Kiara Christison; Grade 8, Eric Christison and Hannah Harpur; Grade 9, Shane Kappes and Rose Zitko; Grade 10, Max Kohler and Olivia Baia; Grade 11, Regan Christison and Natalyia; and Grade 12, Dylan St. Germain and Jade Zitko.

The fastest teacher in the competitive staff division was Mrs. Slaney!

Thank you again to our sponsors and helpers: BCSS PAC, the Midway Trails Society, The Community Forest, the Bored Room Bistro, Kettle Vally Golf Club and Vaagen Fibre Canada.

 

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